Oh dear! I seem to have opened a can of worms with my comments on Dorothy L Sayers… I’ve read two (Strong Poison and Gaudy Night), wasn’t hugely impressed by the former, and liked the latter even less… I shan’t go into much detail, because I don’t want to upset her fans, but suffice to say that Sayers and Lord Peter are not for me! To propitiate Sayers fans, here is a piece written by Diana on the OxfordWords blog today, commissioned by yours truly.
And another reminder that I’ll be appearing (with Elaine) at the Felixstowe Book Festival on Saturday – I spent the evening putting together some notes for it, which has got me quite excited and looking forward to it. My one hope is that people come, so if you live remotely near Felixstowe, please do come along and introduce yourself! More details here.
The next few days are going to be really busy, so this might be my last post until Monday. Have a fantastic few days, and I’ll let you know how the talk went!
And PLEASE bully me until I write about seeing Judi Dench in Peter and Alice, and the excellently funny 1944 film I watched the other day.
In my absence… why not tell me what you’re reading? I’m just about to finish my first book by Winifred Holtby – but perhaps not one you’d expect to be my first…